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Best Carving Knives

Updated November 2018
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    Carving knives have thin, narrow blades and pointed tips. They are intended mostly for carving thin slices of meat from turkey, chicken, roasts, or other cooked meat. While you could use a chef’s knife to do the same job, the thinness of a carving knife blade makes it ideal for carving very thin and uniform slices of meat. The length of the blade means that you can cut through large pieces of meat without having to saw back and forth, so the longer the blade the better – they generally come in lengths from 8” to 14”. When buying a carving knife, look for one with a very sharp and durable blade and buy the longest one you can afford. As with all kitchen knives, choose one that feels comfortable in your hand.

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